User talk:Scythia

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your edits to the local autonomy page[edit]

Hi, I reverted your edits to the local autonomy page, because I think that they contain wrong information. What makes you say that the development of the provinces matter when calculating the average autonomy? And in what way do you think that the formula from the tooltip is wrong? You can do the following test to see that the development of the province doesn't matter and that the formula is correct: Start as Djerid (2 province minor in northern Africa with 9 dev), get one high dev province with console commands (e.g. Rome with "own_core 118"), wait one month till it has 90% autonomy from being a territory and then manually increase the autonomy to 100%. Then the government reform progress tooltip shows 33% average autonomy, because 1 out of 3 provinces has 100% autonomy and the other two have 0 autonomy. If the autonomy would be weighted by the development, the average autonomy should be way over 50%, because more than 50% of the countries development has 100% autonomy. Your edits also said that the tooltip incorrectly states the formula, but it matches what I see in game. With 33% average autonomy, the formula would result in a monthly progress of 10*(100%-33%)/12=0.558... and the game displays the rounded value of 0.55. And this value gets added to the reform progress each month(sometimes there is a 0.01 difference which I assume are rounding errors) --Grotaclas (talk) 09:11, 9 January 2021 (UTC)